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March 18-April 9
Montgomery College Cultural Arts Center
Silver Spring, MD

Celebrating its 56th annual show, HEXAGON is still singing, taunting, and dancing away! As Washington’s only original political satirical musical comedy revue, HEXAGON skewers politicians of all stripes and teases us about the foibles of our everyday lives. Everyone is fair game for roasting through songs and skits and dances, ranging from tap to kickline.

This year’s cast of 38 from DC, Maryland and Virginia will perform original songs, skits, and dances, saluting the 70th anniversary of the USO and highlighting the hijinks of the few and the many, showcasing: A tap-dancing Obama, a crying Boehner, a wailing Pelosi, a side-stepping Congress! Cameo appearances by Sarah Palin, Lady Gaga, and Andrews Sisters wannabes! Facebook! Texts! Tweets! Tickets! Taliban! Everybody’s favorite thrill: TSA! Of course, it wouldn’t be a Hexagon show without the famous HEXAGON ladies kick line!

The Wounded Warrior Project will receive the proceeds of this year’s show.


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